'1917' Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s always interesting to see that war movies do so well during Oscars’ season! Indeed, we remember such recent epics like Hackshaw Ridge (2016), Dunkirk (2017) or even Zero Dark Thirty (2012), all have been remembered for their awesome cinematography, performances and use of sound effects. So much work is needed to recreate the chaotic and dangerous set piece of war, and modern movie resources … Continue reading '1917' Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Let’s Get Excited For These Movies in 2020 – ScreenHub Entertainment

After the busy year that was 2019, the list of movies to get excited for in 2020 feels a lot smaller. But we’ll take quality over quantity. The list below is made up of films that I am particularly interested in or very excited about. Unlike last year, however, where my most anticipated film didn’t make my best of the year list (which will be … Continue reading Let’s Get Excited For These Movies in 2020 – ScreenHub Entertainment

Amanda Ripley Goes to College: Why 'Alien: Isolation' Novel Fails – ScreenHub Entertainment

Those who follow us are aware of my ever so modest love of Alien: Isolation. Following years of disappointing misfires, Isolation recaptured the feeling of watching the original Alien on VHS for the first time. So when news broke that the 2013 masterpiece was being adapted into a novel, it quickly became one of my most anticipated books of the year. Sadly, in spite of … Continue reading Amanda Ripley Goes to College: Why 'Alien: Isolation' Novel Fails – ScreenHub Entertainment

'Jojo Rabbit' Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Following Boy in 2010, writer, director, and actor Taika Waititi has had an explosive decade. He developed somewhat of a cult following with 2014’s What We Do In The Shadows, starring alongside Jemaine Clement (who he had previously worked with on Flight of the Concords amongst a few other projects such as Waititi’s first full feature film, Eagle vs Shark) and followed this up quickly … Continue reading 'Jojo Rabbit' Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Every Live-Action Star Wars Movie Ranked – ScreenHub Entertainment

Now that The Rise of Skywalker is out, we can finally rank all of the movies that have come out in the saga, as well as the live-action spinoff films to come out during the Disney era thus far. We’re excluding The Clone Wars animated film from this list, but if we were to include it, it would rank dead last-just for the record. The … Continue reading Every Live-Action Star Wars Movie Ranked – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Mandalorian: Redemption’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Ever since the directors were announced for The Mandalorian, I think most people were curious to see what Taika Watiti’s episode would be like. His off-script, improvised humour won over fans with Thor: Ragnarok but a sudden tonal shift in the season, especially the finale, may have proven jarring. Thankfully, Taika found the perfect balance of serious drama and action with his trademark zany humour. … Continue reading ‘The Mandalorian: Redemption’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

J.J. Abrams returns to a galaxy far, far away and is given the herculean task of closing out three trilogies worth of storytelling with this closing chapter. The Rise of Skywalker is meant to serve as the finale to not only the sequel trilogy but the original saga and even the prequels. That’s a lot of lore-and fans-to make happy and J.J. mostly gets it … Continue reading ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Mandalorian: The Reckoning’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

All roads lead to this. The Mandalorian has been very content with doing standalone stories ever since the end of the third episode. But Jon Favreau and his team began to close up the plot threads established early on in the episode with The Reckoning, the penultimate episode of the first live-action Star Wars show. The episode opens up with a familiar face: Carl Weather’s … Continue reading ‘The Mandalorian: The Reckoning’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Mandalorian: The Prisoner’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Last week’s episode of The Mandalorian left something to be desired for me. I thought it relied too heavily on nostalgia while offering little to the overall narrative. And while The Prisoner didn’t move the overall plot forward either, the episode is the best of the season thus far. The premise is simple. Mando is desperately searching for work and in that desperation, ends up … Continue reading ‘The Mandalorian: The Prisoner’ SPOILER Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

'Knives Out' Cuts To The Funny Bone – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s rare for a movie like Knives Out to live up to the star power of its ensemble, but then again, Knives Out is a rare movie. The movie is very much in the same category of such works as Clue: The Movie, but rather than being derivative, Knives Out manages to stay unique, spinning a darkly comical tale about a dysfunctional family self destructing … Continue reading 'Knives Out' Cuts To The Funny Bone – ScreenHub Entertainment